I'm in the same position as you right now. Securing my first cab and ordered a bracket. I watched the video and had the same question, then came here and saw your post.Thank you, it was embarrassing to publicly admit that - but I'd rather look stupid than have a messed-up cab.
I ran into the same problem when I was setting up my monitor. I ended up using a dollar store drill bit to slightly enlarge the hole and it worked just fine. Just go slowly and stop once the drill bit goes through.Lol that's what I'm trying to figure out, either A) what bit i need or B) where to get some screws that don't need to enlarge the hole?
Lol that's what I'm trying to figure out, either A) what bit i need or B) where to get some screws that don't need to enlarge the hole?
Man isn't this the truth, I'm so sick of having to go to Lowe's/HD for nuts and bolts literally any time I try to do any thing. I need to just stop being lazy and get some containers printed up and get an order in to McMaster-Carr.You'll save yourself a lot of headaches with a small investment, it's very handy to have the fastener you need "now" instead of having to order it because it's a metric part you can't source locally easily.
Also worth mentioning is a set of JIS screwdrivers; as someone who stripped a whole bunch of screws on my Vewlix, especially the little tiny ones on the monitor frame, which are very easy to strip, I wish I'd had these before I got my cab. Most (all?) of them are JIS screws, which I didn't even know were a thing.Thank you so much. I always mess up things like this so I wanted to triple check. I'll grab a set of m3 and m4 screws, etc!
Those would work fine especially for the monitor mount.